|Lost in translation: the queens of Beowulf - Horton-Depass, Laura Ann|
The poem Beowulf has been translated hundreds of times, in part or in whole. In past decades translators such as Howell Chickering and E. Talbot Donaldson firmly adhered to formal equivalency, following the original text line-by-line if not word-by-word. Such translations are useful for Anglo-Saxon students but cannot reach a larger audience because they are unwieldy and often incomprehensible. In the past fifty years, though, a group of translators with different philosophies has taken up the t...
Keywords: Gender; translation; English; Old English; Wealhtheow
|Preparing teachers to work with english learners: exploring the potential for transformative learning in an online enlgish as a second language for educators course - Dewing, Stephanie E.|
The number of English language learners (ELLs) in the United States school system is growing rapidly. Much of the responsibility for teaching ELLs lies with regular classroom teachers. However, little training is being provided to help them. From a sociocultural perspective and drawing on constructive-developmental theories of adult learning and development, this study explores the potential for transformative learning in a one semester online English as a Second Language for Educators course...
Keywords: adult education; online learning; transformational learning; didactics; English language
|Professional audio production, editing, and mixing techniques - Dowse, Justin Michael|
The purpose of this thesis is to demonstrate professional and efficient music production and music mixing techniques. This is not meant to be a definitive answer to the endless approaches that can be used in music production and mixing. Instead, it is intended to aid learning in a profession where there are no black and white answers since choices in music production and mixing are highly dependent upon the engineer's preferences...
Keywords: audio production; mixing; music; pro tools; recording arts
|Effects of design-based science instruction on science problem-solving competency among different groups of high-school traditional chemistry students - Lartson, Cobina Adu|
Recent trends indicate a significant decline in the number of students graduating from Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) programs in the US. The under-representation of students of color, females and low income students in STEM programs has also been documented. Design Based Science (DBS) instruction has been suggested to improve the problem solving skills of students of color.The present study employed a quasi-experimental pre-post-test research study...
Keywords: Problem Solving Competency; Race; Science achievement; Educational Studies and Research; Gender
|English language literacy for the native speaker - Blake, Christine Ellen|
The desire to learn a new skill or polish an old one for better employment prospects inspires many adults to enroll in community colleges. However, being away from school for a long time or having struggled in K-12 schooling, can make that transition back to the classroom difficult for adult students. As part of enrollment, they take an entrance exam, and if they do not perform well one the English Reading and Writing portions, they may be identified as "illiterate" in Academic English, and are ...
Keywords: academic english; adult literacy; community college; developmental education; english skills; literacy
|Heidegger's discourse on Heraclitus's Concepts of Logos and Aletheia - Rainer, Kristopher Stephen|
his paper maintains that the work of Heidegger on Heraclitus' fragments 50 on logos and 16 on aletheia, represent a viable alternative to the "Metaphysics" of Occident Thinking in the early 20th century, which has culminated in the mindset of the our technological age. It further explores an alternative aspiration for language and methodology that is able to serve as a viable alternative for the exploration of Heraclitus' texts, given their fragmentary format and obscure nature...
Keywords: Heraclitus; Interpretation; Language; Logos; Humanities
|Analyzing environmental and structural characteristics of concrete for carbon mitigation and climate adaptation in urban areas: a case study in Rajkot, India - Solis, Andrea Valdez|
Increasing temperatures, varying rain events accompanied with flooding or droughts coupled with increasing water demands, and decreasing air quality are just some examples of stresses that urban systems face with the onset of climate change and rapid urbanization. Literature suggests that greenhouse gases are a leading cause of climate change and are of a result of anthropogenic activities such as infrastructure development...
Keywords: High Volume Fly Ash Concrete; Pervious Concrete; Sustainable Concrete Technologies; Urban Infrastructure; Civil Engineering
|Improving student engagement using course-based social networks - Imlawi, Jehad|
This study proposes an engagement model that supports use of course-based online social networks for engaging student, and hence, improving their educational outcomes. This research demonstrates that instructors who create course-based online social networks to communicate with students can increase the student engagement in these online social networks, and increase student perceived educational outcomes...
Keywords: Engagement; Facebook; Self-Disclosure; Humor; Computer Science and Information Systems
|Application of thyristor-controlled series reactor for fault current limitation and power system stability enhancement - Kang, Bu Il|
Various types of Fault Current Limiters (FCLs) have been proposed and proven that they offer many advantages with respect to transmission losses, voltage quality, and power system stability. However, those including the Solid-State Fault Current Limiters (SSFCL), the most advanced type of FCL, have been mainly focusing on the FCL system itself such as optimization of components, improving the efficiency and reducing the cost...
Keywords: Electrical engineering
|The dialectical environment of the mind: a philosophical foundation for biomimicry in the theories of G.W.F. Hegel and Jean Piaget - Windle, Robert Richard, III|
Biomimicry is a technological approach to engaging with the natural world which looks to nature as an intellectual source to solve human problems. The current problems of environmental degradation and the challenges of long-term sustainable production have given rise to the practice of biomimicry. This new form of technologically engaging with the world is reflective of a certain relationship between self and object...
Keywords: Frankfurt School; Hegel; Piaget; Humanities; Environmental design
|ENERGY HARVESTING FROM MICROBIAL FUEL CELL USING SELF-SYNCHRONOUS FLYBACK CONVERTER - Alaraj, Muhannad|
Microbial Fuel Cells (MFCs) use biodegradable matter, such as wastewater and animal droppings to generate electrical energy. To harvest the energy from MFC, power electronic converters have recently been used because of their advantages, such as the ability to store the harvested energy and the ability to control MFC voltage. Although power electronic converters have advantages to be used to harvest the energy, the diode based energy harvesters suffer from the low efficiency because of the diode...
Keywords: electrical engineering; MOSFET; power electronic converters; microbes
|A machine learning approach for gene expression analysis and applications - Le, Thanh Ngoc|
High-throughput microarray technology is an important and revolutionary technique used in genomics and systems biology to analyze the expression of thousands of genes simultaneously. The popular use of this technique has resulted in enormous repositories of microarray data, for example, the Gene Expression Omnibus (GEO), maintained by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI). However, an effective approach to optimally exploit these datasets in support of specific biological stud...
Keywords: gene-drug association; gene expression; meta-analysis; motif finding; cluster analysis
|Knowledge sharing in virtual teams: the impact on trust, collaboration, and team effectiveness - Alsharo, Mohammad|
Virtual teams are utilized by organizations to gather experts to collaborate online in order to accomplish organizational tasks. However, the characteristics of these teams create challenges to effective collaboration and effective team outcome. Collaboration is an essential component of teamwork, the notion of forming teams in organizations is the need for members with complementary skills and expertise to collaborate in order to achieve the goal for which the team is established...
Keywords: Team effectiveness; Trust; Computer Science and Information Systems; Collaboration; Virtual teams
|Public bicycle sharing as a population-scale health intervention for active transportation in Denver, Colorado - Duvall, Andrew|
Inadequate physical activity associated with acute car dependence is linked to increased risk of obesity and related chronic health conditions, including heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, depression and cancer. More than half of U.S. adults do not meet the minimum recommended levels of physical activity. This research is a mixed methods quantitative/qualitative study of the impact of a public bicycle sharing system as a health intervention to induce active transportation behavior...
Keywords: active transportation; public bicycle sharing; sustainable transportation; physical activity; b cycle
|(un)Invited families: locating the institutional power of school at work against the involvement of families - Jefferson, Antwan|
This qualitative study examined the interaction of families and school in a local community. Data were gathered through document analysis; semi-structured interviews with family members, community members, and school professionals; group interviews; street interviews; and observer field notes. A conceptual framework consisting of postcolonial theory, critical social theory, and thirdspace theory guided data analysis...
Keywords: Postcolonial Theory; school policy; Educational Studies and Research; family involvement
|Fun House : Ludus Loci and the American Home as Folly - Thomas, Lyle David|
While play marks both the cultural and pre-cultural spheres of human existence, the environmental design disciplines have almost exclusively compartmentalized the notions of play and fun into categories of leisure and children's playgrounds. The rhetorics of environmental design, to date, have ignored, or at best marginalized, the possibility of play outside of recreational and commercial contexts...
Keywords: folly; fun; play; architecture
|Child's play: community solutions for increasing youth physical activity in distinct safety contexts - Phibbs, Stephanie L.|
Amid the uniformly low physical activity rates among children in the United State, practical solutions for increasing physical activity (PA) are needed. Whether interventions to increase PA need to account for individual demographic characteristics or safety context is unknown.Methods:Study Design:This community based participatory research project used mixed methods, including secondary data analyses and concept mapping.Setting:Five demographically diverse, geographically contiguous, urban neig...
Keywords: Exercise; Program development; Safety; Health and Behavioral Sciences; Children
|The dream of modernity: finding meaning in the modern tradition - Mitchell, Galen Patrick|
This paper argues that in order for philosophy to move forward without undue baggage, post-modernism should be addressed from the analytic perspective--including the contemporary philosophy that has grown out of it. This paper takes up that task with relation to Derrida's "Diff�rance" through a discussion of language and meaning in Frege, Russell, Quine and Paul Churchland. In discussing the differences between these thinkers' theories of meaning we can see that post-modernism, at least with r...
Keywords: Philosophy of Language; Philosophy of Mind; Post-modernism; Humanities; Paul Churchland
|Fault detection and isolation in low-voltage dc-bus microgrid systems - Candelaria, Jared M.|
Unlike traditional AC distribution systems, protection has been challenging for DC systems. Multi-terminal DC power systems do not have the years of practical experience and standards that AC power systems have. Also, the cur- rent power electronic devices can not survive or sustain high magnitude faults. Conveters will shut down to protect themselves under faulted conditions. This makes locating faults in DC system difficult, and causes the DC bus to de- energize...
Keywords: dc; grounding; microgrids; ring bus; engineering
|Nutrition education and scratch cooking changes in schools: a mixed methods study of interventions in aurora public schools - Guenther, Debra Carol|
This paper examines the impact of a nutrition education intervention on food choice and consumption in elementary cafeterias. After a school district changed 42 lunch and breakfast entr�e recipes to include more whole grains, fresh produce and fresh meats, this study examined student food choice and food consumption in five schools with a nutrition education intervention and five schools without...
Keywords: Scratch Cooking; Health and Behavioral Sciences; Nutrition Education; School Cafeterias
|Whole systems thinking for sustainable water treatment design - Huggins, Mitchell Tyler|
Microbial fuel cell (MFC) technology could provide a low cost alternative to conventional aerated wastewater treatment, however there has been little comparison between MFC and aeration treatment using real wastewater substrate. This study attempts to directly compare the wastewater treatment efficiency and energy consumption and generation among three reactor systems, a traditional aeration process, a simple submerged MFC configuration, and a control reactor acting similar as natural lagoons...
Keywords: Microbial Fuel Cell; sustainable; wastewater; Civil Engineering; bioenergy
|GEOLOGICAL DEPENDENCE OF RESISTANCE FACTORS FOR DEEP FOUNDATION DESIGN - Vu, Cuong Quoc|
This research addresses the issue of geological dependence of deep foundation designs resistance factors for driven pile and drilled shaft designs in different locations. For the proof, two sets of databases were used: one from the NCHRP 507 report and another driven pile and drilled shaft database with static load tests and soil profiles from the different locations in Vietnam were used to evaluate resistance factor design for different axial pile capacity prediction methods...
Keywords: geological engineering; geology; vietnam; deep foundation drill
|A smart two-cell random access algorithm for wireless cdma communication networks using smart antenna - Barkat, Enfel|
Interest in Smart Antenna Technology for wireless communication systems has increased in the recent years as a promising technique to improve the performance of cellular mobile systems. Considerable amount of research is being conducted to improve the performance of the system in terms of increasing the capacity and range. We discuss the different types of Smart Antenna systems using switched beam and adaptive antenna array techniques and describe how they can be used to implement in different m...
Keywords: Electrical engineering
|A weighty matter: effects of adiposity on adult neurocognitive health - Brannon, Sarah|
There is a growing body of evidence suggesting there are modifiable vascular and metabolic risk factors for Alzheimer's disease (AD). Despite many plausible mechanisms by which obesity could contribute, its etiological contributions remains unclear. We therefore investigated 1) the evidence linking obesity to cognitive health, 2) whether obesity in early or mid-life is associated with cognitive change and the possible factors involved, and 3) whether dietary interventions that reduce weight impr...
Keywords: Health and Behavioral Sciences
|Investigating leadership practices in successful schools serving ELA learners with a focus on mathematics achievement - Holloway, Susan Wittman|
This study defines and analyzes the successful leadership practice of a principal of an urban K-8 school serving English Language Learners in the western United States during the 2012-2013 academic year. Focusing on the self-identified leadership practice of a school leader evidenced to positively affect student learning, this study seeks to extend knowledge about what principals actually do to within the context of their schools to improve academic achievement for students...
Keywords: Leadership Practice; Educational Studies and Research; Mathematics Education; Urban Schools
|The Effects of governance corruption on education budgets and income in central and eastern Europe - Hannaway, Tamara Lynn|
This thesis addresses economic development in the context of endogenous corruption. We also ask whether economic growth exacerbates poverty or income inequality. The evidence to date is mixed. The thesis examines relationships among and between defined constraints on economic development by offering policy makers a unique method of measuring governance cor-ruption’s effects on education budgets and individual income...
Keywords: governance; corruption; education expenditures; income inequality; net growth theory; shadow economy; human development; economic growth; economic development; sustainable development
|The politics of gender and violence: a case study of a mexican female senator and a law for victims of violence - Hernandez Inzunza, Sunner Daniela|
Violence against Mexican women is not a new subject. Disappearances and murdered women in the border town of Cd. Juarez and throughout the country are reported in the news headlines every day. Between 1999 and 2005 more than 6,000 women and girls were murdered, an average of 1,000 murdered women every year. The majority of the deaths result from violence within their household (Mexico, 2009). The rate of violence is not isolated to border towns...
Keywords: Mexican Female Politicians; Theory of Representation; Critical Mass Theory; Gender and Politics; Victim's Law
|The performance of a curvilinear versus a rectangular basement foundation design in expansive clay soils - Gardiner, Michael|
Shallow foundation design in expansive soils has generally been approached in the industry using a typical pier/beam or spread footing/foundation wall and reinforcement design. The addition of supporting piers anchored in stable soils and excavated expansion areas under beam elements have modified a traditional foundation design for expansive soils. This traditional approach to foundation design uses designs that mitigate around the swelling effects, rather than designing to take advantage of, o...
Keywords: Expansive Soils; Finite Element; Swelling Soils; Civil Engineering; Clay
|Are all hits the same? A mixed methods investigation of gender and violence in heterosexual relationships - Velonis, Alisa J.|
Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) has increasingly become recognized as a public health concern in the United States. Recent research finds that that roughly one in three women and one in four men in the United States have been raped, physically assaulted, or stalked by an intimate partner, and the association between IPV and chronic physical and mental health conditions, acute injuries, and lost wages and productivity has been well documented...
Keywords: Health and Behavioral Sciences; Gender; Intimate Partner Violence
|Partners for early intervention and healthy child development: linking attributes and characteristics of stakeholder networks to performance|
The reliance upon interorganizational relationships in health and public health systems is extensive; however, there is a shortage of evidence that focuses on stakeholder network performance. Responding to this gap and the call for a systems approach, the study's first research question asks whether community based stakeholder networks operating within the same context exhibit commonalities in network-level attributes and characteristics relative to their performance...
Keywords: Public Affairs; organizational networks; public health systems
|Seismic microzonation of ground motion in southwestern colorado using GIS and S-factor amplification analysis - Quinn, Chris Lee Roy|
Seismic Microzonation of Ground Motion in Southwestern Colorado using GIS and S-Factor AnalysisThesis directed by Professor Nien-Yin ChangAbstractEarthquakes worldwide accounted for more than $300 billion in damage and over 21,000 lives in 2011 (USGS, 2011).That year saw one of the worst earthquakes ever in Sendai Japan of an earthquake of Mw 9 and produced a tsunami wave that caused unprecedented damage along the eastern coastline of Japan (USGS, 2011)...
Keywords: hazard; map; seismic; integrated science; GIS
|A history of access of diverse students at the University of Colorado Boulder, 1964-2012 - Mugge-Cozza, Molly|
Racial disparities have been, and continue to be, a major obstacle facing post-secondary educational institutions throughout the United States. In response to the call for institutional and external accountability by stakeholders interested in higher education, the aim of this dissertation is to provide an historical analysis of race and diversity at the University of Colorado Boulder (UCB). UCB was chosen as the focus for the current study because it is the flagship public university in the sta...
Keywords: Higher Education; History of Education; Racial Disparities; Diverse student access; Educational Studies and Research
|The spatial pattern of economic rents and urban land value model around an airport area: the case study of suvarnabhumi international airport, thailand - Bejrananda, Chakarin|
With the rise of the importance of air transportation in the 21st centuries, the role of economics in airport planning and decision-making has become more important to the urban structure and land value around it. The relationship between the airport and land value in urban areas has attracted more attention from academic researchers. However, there has been little research on the factors that affect the prices of land relatively to the airport location.Using New Bangkok International Airport (S...
Keywords: Hedonic Pricing Model; Location of Economic Activities; Design and Planning; Bid-rent model; airports
|PRACTICAL METHODS FOR CRITICAL LOAD DETERMINATION AND STABILITY EVALUATION OF STEEL STRUCTURES - Fernandez-Mora, Pedro|
The critical load of a column, compression member or structure, calculated from a linear elastic analysis of an idealized perfect structure, does not necessary correspond with the load at which instability of a real structure occurs. This calculated critical load does not provide sufficient information to determine when failure, due to instability of the structure as a whole, will occur. To obtain this information it is necessary to consider the initial geometrical imperfections, eccentricities ...
Keywords: critical load; pedestrian bridges; pony truss bridge; steel structures; direct analysis method
|Blogging, babies, and business: mommy blogging as citizen journalism - Lawson, Marylynne|
With the recent tide of "Mommy Blogs" proliferating the Internet, advertisers, researchers, and mainstream media outlets have all taken notice of the societal and cultural influence mothers have. Women in every stage of parenting have become professional writers by blogging about their experiences raising children. In turn, many isolated mothers have reached out to these blogs searching for communities of support and friendship...
Keywords: Motherhood; Humanities; Blogging; Gender roles
|Assessing the environmental literacy of intro environmental science students - Hogden, Randi Corrine|
Using an assessment tool, tailored to the Colorado academic science standards, a study was conducted to evaluate the environmental literacy of postsecondary, nonscience majors. Data were collected from 144 students taking an introductory environmental science class. A 16-item, multiple-choice question, environmental knowledge assessment instrument covered environmental content across three subdomains in the Colorado academic science standards: Physical Science, Life Science and Earth Systems Sci...
Keywords: assessment; environmental education; environmental literacy; environmental science; environmental knowledge; colorado state science standards
|Safety Assessment of Freeway Merging and Diverging Influence Areas Based on Conflict Analysis of Simulated Traffic - Atamo, Markus Alito|
The safety of merging and diverging influence areas, intersections, interchanges, and other traffic facilities is assessed by tracking and analyzing police-reported motor vehicle crash records. Since the nature of road crashes is random and infrequent, this process is slow to reveal the need for remediation of the roadway design and traffic control strategy. Moreover, this process is not applicable to assess new designs that have not yet been built, or deployed in the real world...
Keywords: conflict, traffic, engineering, theses; crash; freeway; merging; surrogate; driving; dissertation
|Cellular apoptosis and proliferation in testes of fathead minnow exposed to wastewater treatment plant effluent - Hallagin, Andrea Elizabeth Geddes|
Environmental toxicants and their effects on both wildlife and human populations have become more concerning as worldwide human populations grow, water sources become scarce, and anthropogenic waste becomes more prevalent. Municipal wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) are designed to conserve water by removing nutrients and pathogens from wastewater and release effluent water back into local streams...
Keywords: environmental toxicants; fathead minnow; Biology; effluent exposure; PCNA
|Surround sound for the DAW owner - Bayley, Michael John|
The purpose of this thesis portfolio project is to broaden the population of surround sound listeners and producers by presenting an eight-song album of multi-channel audio in the form of Pro Tools session files, so that people who own a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) and an audio interface with more than two outputs are encouraged to set up their own three, four, or five-channel surround sound environment with equipment they already have at home...
Keywords: daw; audio engineering; thesis; digital audio workstation
|Building turnaround capacity for urban school improvement: the role of adaptive leadership and defined autonomy - Conrad, Jill Kristin|
This dissertation examines the levels of and relationships between technical leadership, adaptive leadership, and defined autonomy among Denver school leaders along with their combined effects on school growth gains over time. Thirty principals provided complete responses to an online survey that included existing scales for technical leadership, adaptive leadership, and autonomy and newly created measures for defined autonomy...
Keywords: district improvement; school autonomy; Educational Studies and Research; adaptive leadership; defined autonomy
|Analysis of dc offset in iOS devices for use in audio forensic examination - Fuller, Daniel Bradley|
Due to the physical properties of electronic components, DC offset will occur to some extent in all audio recordings. DC offset is the effect of direct current on an audio recording, and causes the audio signal to no longer oscillate around the absolute zero quantization level. The mean amplitude of a recording is calculated to determine the global amount of DC offset. Measuring the offset, its change over time, and its standard deviation can be used during forensic examination to aid in determi...
Keywords: DC offset; iOS; media forensics; recording arts
|Assessment for Students' Conceptual Readiness and Multiplicative Reasoning - Legnard, Erika|
This research thesis addressed the problem of how teachers can assess students' readiness to begin learning and progress through multiplicative reasoning. Addressing this problem is important, particularly because this type of reasoning serves as a conceptual foundation for higher-level mathematical topics, such as fractions, ratios, proportions, and algebra. When students and teachers struggle with these higher-level topics, assessing conceptual prerequisites plays a key role in identifying and...
Keywords: mathematics education; education; assessment; measurement; evaluation
|LUMPEN ABUSE AND METHADONE MAINTENANCE: THE IMPACTS OF HIDDEN VIOLENCE ON RETENTION, SATISFACTION AND ABSTINENCE - Ziegler, James|
Philippe Bourgois and Jeff Schonberg pioneered the theory of lumpen abuse, expanding on and integrating Marx's concept of the lumpen proletariat, Bourdieu's symbolic violence and Foucault's biopower and Levi's politics of the gray zone. Lumpen abuse as a theoretical lens can reveal a wealth of insight studying marginalized populations. This study looks at the impacts of lumpen abuse and symbolic vulnerability among Denver MMT clients and discusses the hidden forms of everyday violence that impac...
Keywords: benzodiazepines; bourgois; lumpen abuse; methadone; structural violence
|Heat and moisture transport in unsaturated porous media: a model in terms of chemical potential - Sullivan, Eric|
Transport phenomena in porous media are commonplace in our daily lives. Examples and applications include heat and moisture transport in soils, baking and drying of food stuffs, curing of cement, and evaporation of fuels in wild fires. Of particular interest to this study are heat and moisture transport in unsaturated soils. Historically, mathematical models for these processes are derived by coupling classical Darcy's, Fourier's, and Fick's laws with volume averaged conservation of mass and ene...
Keywords: Unsaturated Porous Media; Applied Mathematics; Chemical Potential; Enhanced Vapor Diffusion
|A design-based approach to teaching sustainability - Walter, Kim R.|
We live on a finite ecological system, yet consume as though resources are unlimited. Current environmental data suggests many in the developed world are living beyond what the earth is able to sustain. The paradigms in which we operate continue to support a path of constant consumption that continues to exacerbate this problem. Technology educators can and should play a valuable role in working with students to question these paradigms through lessons that begin to engage students toward thinki...
Keywords: Educational Technology; Middle School; Sustainability; Educational Studies and Research; Action Research
|Shakespeare, the land law, and the individual: their emergence in Elizabethan England - Senn, Mark Albert|
Through the prisms of William Shakespeare's life and work and Elizabethan land law, this thesis not only (a) suggests that the sixteenth century witnessed the simultaneous rise of the individual and the creation of the English state, but also (b) identifies the chance confluence of several forces that led to personal freedom on the one hand and a national unification on the other. Shakespeare benefited personally from the individuation and the nation-building and wrote professionally about them....
Keywords: Shakespeare; Shakespeare Plays; Humanities; Elizabethan; Land Law
|Comparative analysis of communication architectures and technologies for smart grid distribution network - Hammoudeh, Monther A.|
A critical piece of the Smart Grid infrastructure is the communications network for data gathering, control and supervision capabilities that extend to the customer demarcation point. Over several decades, the electric utilities built a robust communications networks connecting electric grid subsystems except for the “last mile” connecting to the end user premise. A primary goal of Smart Grid (SG) is to expand the communications network throughout the Distribution Network (DN) thus enabling ...
Keywords: electrical engineering; mathematics; smart grid
|Pizzas are delivered, babies are born: thoughts and opinions about birth and the maternity care system in Colorado - Easton, Lauren|
There is a current crisis in the United States in regards to maternity care standards and accessibility. Roughly 4.3 million births happen each year in this country, and the approximately 99% of those births occur in hospitals. Whereas at the beginning of the 20th century, only 95% of births took place at home, by the beginning of the 21st century only 1% of births took place at home. U.S. society changed from viewing birth as a physiological process that happens spontaneously and effectively to...
Keywords: Maternity Care; Anthropology; Applied Anthropology; Birth
|Historical studies journal, University of Colorado Denver, 2005 - Department of History, University of Colorado Denver|
2005 issue of Historical Studies JournalFrom journal's website:The University of Colorado Denver History Department supports and produces the Historical Studies Journal each year to provide students with opportunities to participate in publishing and editing professional history papers as part of our individual and collective paths toward becoming historians. Writing papers for submission, walking through the editing process as an author, and editing papers produced by others allows students ...
Keywords: periodicals; colorado; history
|Recognize me: embodied recognition and the dilemma of abortion - Royer, Bridgett Christine|
Because abortion was justified primarily as an issue of privacy contingent upon the trimester framework of pregnancy in the landmark case Roe v. Wade, it has been left vulnerable to radical revision, which has put the right itself in question. Though the privacy rationale has a place in the abortion argument, it is insufficient to justify the right to abortion in multiple ways. First, it does not acknowledge prior inequality in the private, nor the social factors that limit the right to privacy...
Keywords: Embodiment; Recognition; Social Sciences; Abortion